The black cloud that has fallen over the Dallas Cowboys wasn’t lifted over Thanksgiving Weekend. Dedicated fans to the sporting franchise were shocked and disappointed to see their cowboys lose against the Buffalo Bills by eleven points. This increases their losing streak to three consecutive games, with the team owner demanding that the team regain their capabilities. This win means that the Buffalo Bills have inched one step closer to the Superbowl, with the Dallas Cowboys stepping one foot behind.
The Dallas Cowboys have been hindered all season long for some unknown reason, with most sports analysts claiming that it’s the result of their head coach and his outdated tactics. The cowboys were in the process of winning on Thursday, starting strong throughout the first and second quarter.
Unfortunately, at the third and fourth quarters weighed in, the offensive began to march down the field at a slower pace. Even though Jason Witten and Dak Prescott were able to accomplish an eight-yard touchdown, the game quickly fell downhill for Dallas afterwards. It got so bad that the Bills achieved a garbage-time goal, bringing the score within a two-possession range. The Buffalo Bills accomplished two touchdowns with their head quarterback Josh Allen and Cole Beasley, who used to play for the Dallas Cowboy. Other notable players came when Devin Singletary and Josh Brown completed a 28-yard passing touchdown.
The Dallas Cowboys haven’t defeated any opposing team that’s coming off a series of wins, indicating that the lineup is quickly feeling the pressure this year. Somehow the Cowboys have remained at the top of the National Football Competitions East Coast Division, which means there is still a good chance that they can recover if the proper coaching techniques are implemented. Depending on how Jason Garret, the head coach for the Dallas Cowboys, responded to these losses will determine his future with the team. Additional problems that have faced the Dallas Cowboys recently include a horrendous loss to the New England Patriots.
Discussions regarding Jason Garret’s involvement the team have already begun. Sports analysts believe that Urban Meyer or Lincoln Riley are the two best choices for Garret’s replacement. Though neither one of these men has helmed a professional football team, they have acted as assisted coached and are known for keeping lineups in check. If Jason Garret cannot solve his coaching errors over the next two games, its almost guaranteed that his termination from the Cowboys will be finalized.